Types of First Aid Kits

Fixed or portable first aid kit options

Having a portable kit allows responders to move quickly to an injured person, whether on site or in the field. Being portable it can be located in a truck, van or ute and comes with labels that can identify the vehicle as being first aid equipped. Since work vehicles are considered workplaces they must comply with the code of practice; so all kits meet basic legislative requirements. Additional modules or items can be added to match the risks associated with the “workplace”.

This type of kit is best managed as a DIY since bringing a range of kits together from various locations for re-stocking may prove to be unproductive.

Wall mount kits

Sturdy, safe and easily accessible with room for all your first aid supplies, creams and lotions, and special needs. Every unit comes with first aid stickers and signs to readily identify it as the first aid kit.

Portable kits

Especially useful in workplaces where taking the kit to the scene of the accident or incident is important. Made of rugged plastics, the kit has trays and spaces for different items, like scissors or tweezers or even tick removal instruments.

Soft-packs

As the name implies, these kits can be stored in small spaces, yet can be filled as needs change or grow. Also allows for quick response to accidents whether on site or in the field. A must for every vehicle!

Kit servicing — Flexifill™ options

Which ever kit you decide on we can make sure you remain compliant. Using our Flexifill™ options you can:

DIY

Manage your kits yourself by checking the contents periodically and ordering the required items on line. We can arrange a periodic reminder call/email as a prompt so that you don’t overlook this important aspect of workplace safety. This Flexifill™ choice is suitable as a low-cost option for smaller businesses.

“One stop re-stock” on demand kit service

If the DIY option doesn’t suit you because of your own busy schedule and workload, simply give us a call and we’ll arrange for a service on your kit within 24 hours. A full check of your kits will be completed, and your kits re-stocked immediately.

Option: A review of your injury register can be carried out while on site to ensure you have the items required to manage injuries in your workplace.

Programmed kit maintenance

Enter into a fixed price agreement for regular scheduled maintenance to ensure your business remains compliant and reduce the risk to staff. We will call out at pre-arranged dates and times and restock your kit to the level required for your site. Knowing your costs are fixed helps manage cash flow, increases productivity and relieves staff of tasks that can be handled by professionals.

Option: A review of your injury register can be carried out while on site to ensure you have the items required to manage injuries in your workplace.

Our promise

We will never overstock your kit/s

We will never sell you items not suitable for your site

We will never sell you “extras” simply to boost the invoice value